Learning and Doing Mathematics

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Macmillan Education, 1988 - Mathematics - 82 pages
Have you ever been stuck on a mathematical problem and not known what to do? Hae you ever stared at a blank sheet of paper, unable to start on a problem? Good! This book will help you not only to know what to do when this happens, but also to benefit from the experience. This book is intended for students of mathematics on a sixth form and higher education courses, and is based on a unit of the Open University Foundation Course in Mathematics.

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Contents

Interlude A On Conjecturing
7
Interlude B On Crystallizing
20
On Expectation
35
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